The Immune: Complete Four-Book Edition

Narrated by: Lee Goettl
Length: 16 hrs and 17 mins
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This is the way the world ends.

On a warm summer night in New York City, the apocalypse begins. Within days, the deadly Medusa virus is sweeping the globe like a wildfire, pushing humanity to the brink of extinction. As civilization crumbles around him, survivor Adam Fisher will discover a flicker of hope that will send him on a quest through a ruined American landscape.

He joins forces with Sarah Wells, a soldier harboring a tragic secret and Freddie Briggs, an aging football star grieving the loss of his family.

To survive in their frightening post-plague world, the group must face challenges unlike any they have ever known, including the rise of a dangerous new enemy that will threaten the survivors' fragile existence.

©2015 David Kazzie (P)2020 David Kazzie

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it's so hard to find a not-stupid apocalypse novel. This was so shallow and boring, yet was somehow still full of situations and reactions that weren't believable.

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Good story, Average narration.

I just recently started listening to post apocalyptic books. I thought this was an interesting take on the genre. There's no mystery to how the plague start or what the cause is. I liked that aspect of the story, I found the characters interesting and pretty well developed.

The narration was pretty average. It wasn't bad, I'm just used to narrators putting a little more effort into different character voices. It felt like he was reading the book not performing it.

All-in-all I'd say The Immune is worth a listen.